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Policy Analyst, Energy Project

The nation is at an inflection point on energy and climate policy. After a decade of rancorous partisan debate, a more constructive conversation must emerge that is anchored in innovation, supportive of economic growth, cognizant of scale and embraces all forms of non-carbon power. The Bipartisan Policy Center is at the vanguard of this effort and is seeking a Policy Analyst to support the broad energy portfolio at BPC.

BPC is a non-profit organization that combines the best ideas from both parties to promote health, security, and opportunity for all Americans. As the only Washington, DC-based think tank that actively promotes bipartisanship, BPC’s strength is anchored in the desire and ability to sustain effective relationships across diverse interests and ideology.

The successful candidate will be a strong team player who is able to support BPC’s dynamic energy program. Currently the team is focused on energy innovation, deep decarbonization, advanced nuclear, carbon capture, carbon removal, energy infrastructure permitting and siting, and building an effective coalition for legislative action. The analyst will report to an Associate Director.


  • Conduct research on an array of energy and climate issues;
  • Assist with drafting collateral including reports, white papers, issue briefs, blogs and fact sheets across all energy project efforts;
  • Responsible for serving as a liaison between the energy project and the communications, legislative and development teams;
  • Participate in and support engagement with stakeholders, senior fellows, project principals and commissioners;
  • Support energy project communications activities, including developing, reviewing, editing collateral, assisting with social media and other digital collateral; and
  • Work with development team to draft grant proposals, grant reports, and support other donor management needs.


  • Strong policy background with knowledge of the energy and climate landscape, policies, technologies.
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in economics, public policy, engineering, environmental science, or a related discipline preferred
  • 2 to 4 years of experience, preferably in policy, analysis or business
  • Excellent quantitative and research skills
  • Excellent writing and verbal communications skills
  • Strong team player with a collaborative spirit

BPC offers a highly competitive salary and provides generous benefits. Individuals interested in this position should send a resume, cover letter, writing sample, transcript (if a recent graduate), and references to[email protected]. Please include the title of this job, Policy Analyst, Energy Project, in the subject line of the application email.

BPC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.